Press regulator IPSO has ruled that "The Telegraph" should retract and apologise for inaccuracies in the reporting of its "sting" operation that saw Sam Allardyce sacked as England manager. "Press Gazette" reveals the paper has been told to correct its assertion that the famous coach was involved in "corruption".
Lidl is holding a review of its ad account that has been with TBWA for the past five years, "The Drum" reveals. The agency has not confirmed whether or not it will repitch for the account.
The BBC reveals that an ASA investigation has resulted in a birth control app, Natural Cycles, being warned that it cannot refer to itself as being "highly accurate."
"Campaign" brings news today that despite question marks over its tax arrangements and staff policies, Amazon has won the accolade of the most reputable retailer in the UK. Sports Direct comes last in the league table produced by the Reputation Institute.
BuzzFeed News is following in the footsteps of "The Guardian" and asking readers for voluntary donations of between $5 to $100. "Press Gazette" reports that donations will be shared with the site's news teams around the world, including the UK.
The UK is the largest market in Europe for digital advertising, eMarketer confirms as it forecasts that 63.6% of all UK ad spend will be digital this year.
"Mobile Marketing" is reporting on eMarketer figures that suggest that Facebook is losing the youth to Snapchat. By the end of the year, figures reveal that for the first time, more 18-to-24-year-olds will be on Snapchat than Facebook.
Well-known former BBC Radio 4 news presenter Eddie Mair will go head-to-head with his old show, PM, as he starts up a drive time show at LBC from Monday, "The Guardian" reveals.
It's a big week for Amazon as it launches live streaming of the US Open tennis tournament for the first time. "The Guardian" reveals that the history of live streaming major sporting events is lined with failures and that Amazon will have to seriously improve the medium's reputation to position itself as a serious rival to Sky Sports.
"The Drum" reports this morning on a Forrester report that suggests the days of the holding company structure are over. Change or face extinction is the warning shot fired across the bows of the big holding companies.